It was pointed out to me today that p. 373 of the third edition of the Penguin Handbook uses an article of mine – “Whatever Became of the Paragraph?” as an  example of an “article in a scholarly journal.” I thought that was pretty funny. That piece has a habit of turning up in the strangest places.

More pressing to me, though, was that the Penguin Handbook has good advice on paragraph structure throughout, though it does regrettably resort to the modes at one point.

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